Visit your Domains page

  • Log in to GoDaddy
  • Top left corner, click on the Menu icon and then choose Domains from the drop-down list.

Manage Folders

  • From the secondary menu, click on Settings and then choose Manage Folders

In the Manage Folders screen, you can choose to give access to all domains, or create a folder that will hold the specific domains to which you’d like to give access.

Allow access to all domains

Screenshot of how to manage access to all domains in GoDaddy
  • On the right side of the “All Domains” row, click on the Edit icon (looks like a pencil).
  • If you’ve already Delegated Access to someone, they should show up in the list. Find the person and toggle the appropriate access level.
  • This article from GoDaddy explains the different access levels.
  • If you haven’t added anyone or there’s a new person you’d like to share access with, here are instructions on How to Delegate Account Access in GoDaddy .

Only allow access to certain domains

If you’d only like to give access to certain domains, it gets a little trickier:

  1. First, you’ll have to create a folder that will hold the domains you’d like to allow someone to manage.
  2. Then, you’ll give the appropriate permissions to the person you’d like (again, follow the instructions on How to Delegate Account Access in GoDaddy if you haven’t already).
  3. Lastly, you’ll need to add a domain (or more) to this newly created and shared folder.

Let’s get started.

Create a folder to share

  • From the “Manage Folders” screen, click on the Add Folder button

Share the folder

  • Give the folder a descriptive name, and an optional description.
  • If you’ve already Delegated Access to someone, they should show up in the list. Find the person and toggle the appropriate access level.
  • This article from GoDaddy explains the different access levels.
  • If you haven’t added anyone or there’s a new person you’d like to share access with, here are instructions on How to Delegate Account Access in GoDaddy .

Add domain(s) to the shared folder

  • Go back to your domains list.
  • As of this writing, you’ll need to be in the Advanced List View to organize your domains. To do so, make you click on this icon above the top right corner of the domains list.
  • Check the checkboxes next to the domain or domains you’d like to allow someone to access.
  • At the top of the domain list, click on the organize button, then choose “Add to Folder”.